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Sascha Müller - System 100 [top13]


Published July 15, 2006


Sascha Müller from Germany is working as a DJ and a producer since 1990, and he is mostly known for his dance-oriented music: house and techno. Though, being extremely productive, he is one of those guys who never limits himself to a one particular genre - so, he tried almost everything in a wide range from oldschool acid to lo-fi Commodore 64 and Gameboy music, including even releases on floppy 3.5" discs! System 100 is a first attempt for Sascha to explore musical areas of silence. Actually, he created this mini-album being inspired by Quiet Zone artists, but it wasn't minimalistic enough to make it there (just kidding). Anyway, all of you who like experimental forms are going to enjoy 15 minutes and 15 seconds of volume at zero music, filled with ultra-minimal drones, very distant field recordings and quiet microwave vibrations.


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Run time 15:15

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Ultra-minimalism, silent music, experimental

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